Firm Uses Video Game Engine to Help Clients Better Understand Their Projects

The Daily News - June 25, 2018

Almost anyone who spends time around young children is probably familiar with Minecraft, the popular game where users can create sometimes mythic pixelated worlds one block at a time. But not many people saw the future of architecture in the game’s software. While 3D models as a marketing tool have been around for a while […]

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Parkside at Shelby Farms seeks $96.4 million for public improvement, including parkway

Commercial Appeal - June 22, 2018

Developers of the massive Parkside at Shelby Farms next week will start asking local government bodies for $96.4 million in tax-increment financing to help pay for Shelby Farms Parkway and other public improvements. That money would be part of the $172.4 million in extra property tax revenue developers expect the mixed-use project to generate over […]

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Bridge To Everywhere / El Puentea Todos Partes

Landscape Architecture Magazine | The Magazine of the American Society of Landscape Architects - May 1, 2018

The Harahan Bridge, which crosses the Mississippi River at Memphis, Tennessee, opened in 1916. Down its center ran railroad tracks. Cantilevered off each side was a 14-foot-wide wagonway for cars, trucks, horse carts, and pedestrians. This bridge is what’s called a through truss, with a latticelike steel superstructure like something from a giant Erector Set. […]

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UTHSC Set To Open New Training Facility

The Daily News - April 25, 2018

In less than three weeks, the University of Tennessee Health Science Center will launch its new $39.7 million, 45,000-square-foot building packed with high-tech tools and a cutting-edge training environment. It is the kind of facility that represents a big leap forward for the school and shows how it’s literally “changing the face of health care […]

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After almost 200 years, the Memphis Riverfront is poised to get the makeover it deserves

High Ground News - April 5, 2018

When in 1541 Hernando De Soto stumbled upon the Great River, as the conquistador and his coterie referred to the mighty Mississippi, the Spaniard who had helped Pizarro vanquish the Incans was more peeved than impressed. It was to him just another obstacle — albeit the largest one — between his expedition and the treasures […]

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Sneak peek: Simulated patients take center stage at new $40 million facility

Memphis Business Journal - April 2, 2018

Before local medical students can train with actual patients, they have to log time on a simulator. A very human-like simulator. Think a blinking, breathing, crying, baby-birthing simulator. Next month, University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) will officially open its latest project, the $39.7 million Center for Healthcare Improvement and Patient Simulation (CHIPS). At […]

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2 quiet heroes show perseverance can pay off in an engineering career

The Commercial Appeal - March 17, 2018

She had dreams, big dreams. She was a teen and longed to pilot a U.S. Air Force jet. Of course, life happened. There she was, an unmarried mom coming out of West Memphis High School. Her own father had just died. Tension roiled the family. You probably think here’s a story about a teenager raising […]

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Allen & Hoshall Hires Civil Engineer For Its Chattanooga Office

The Chattanoogan - February 8, 2018

Architecture, engineering and surveying firm Allen & Hoshall announced the hiring of Daniel Muhs as a civil engineer and project manager in its Chattanooga office. In his role at Allen & Hoshall, Mr. Muhs will be responsible for conducting feasibility studies, developing cost estimates, obtaining necessary permits and overseeing the production and design of construction […]

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Le Bonheur opens new $10M outpatient center

Memphis Business Journal - February 7, 2018

Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital’s new $9.5 million outpatient center in Jackson is now open. The 30,000-square-foot, 20-exam-room facility is located in the northwest part of the city, at 1535 Vann Drive. The center provides diagnostic services such as X-rays, ultrasounds, EKGs and pulmonary function testing. Subspecialty clinics will include cardiology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, general surgery, genetics, […]

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Strickland: ‘All other Fairgrounds choices better than Coliseum’

Memphis Business Journal - November 1, 2017

Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland has decided the city should invest in building a new indoor youth sports complex rather than renovating the Mid-South Coliseum. As the speaker at a Pinnacle Bank client luncheon Tuesday, Oct. 31, Strickland addressed a question about the Mid-South Fairgrounds Tourism Development Zone (TDZ) application. In his response, Strickland also addressed a burning […]

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